Remote teaching is about to get a little bit easier for thousands of teachers in Seattle Public Schools. The nonprofit organization “Two Screens for Teachers” announced Tuesday that it’s purchasing a second computer monitor for every teacher who needs one, and plans to deliver about 3,000 monitors at a value of around $430,000.
Started by a small group of Seattle startup veterans, Two Screens for Teachers aims to boost teacher productivity through added technology, helping to make remote instruction less stressful during the ongoing pandemic.
Matt Lerner and Mike Mathieu are behind the idea. They previously co-founded Walk Score, a Seattle startup that sold to Redfin in 2014. Their hope is that their latest cause will spread beyond Seattle and they can inspire techies in other cities to purchase monitors for the thousands
Amazon Prime Day is a big, unwieldy sort of day, but it’s typically a great day to stock up on PC accessories, themselves a big, unwieldy sort of category. There’s always room to tinker with your PC setup, and outside of Black Friday, this is an excellent time to do so. Let’s take a look at Prime Day deals on gaming monitors, mice, headsets and keyboards for example: I’m not trying to be comprehensive, because there’s a ton to work with here.
First I’ll pull out a few options for monitors, and then share some of the best individual deals I’ve seen so far. These include deals for a mouse, keyboard and headset. For more Amazon Prime Day tips, you can see our list of all the best Prime Day deals that went live this morning.
The two-day Prime Day sale at Amazon has so many deals it’s easy to feel bogged down with offers and ways to save. One section of the sale you definitely should check out is taking up to 30% off gaming computers, monitors, and accessories, featuring products from brands like Razer, Samsung, Seagate, Acer, LG, and more. These prices are good through all two days of Amazon’s Prime Day sale, though they all have the potential of selling out early; you’ll want to shop as soon as possible if you’re interested.
As with all Prime Day deals, you’ll need a Prime membership if you’re hoping to snag this discount. You can start a free 30-day trial to score access to the sale as well as free two-day shipping on your Amazon orders and more.
Up to 30% off gaming computers, monitors, and more
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Despite the negative and outright disastrous effects of the global pandemic, the spread of COVID-19 has brought with it some opportunities in the consumer electronics industry. With many people stuck at home, the gaming market has benefited from new interest. As a result, global shipments of gaming PCs and monitors are expected to increase 16.2% year over year to 49.6 million units in 2020, according to the International Data Corporation (IDC) Worldwide Quarterly Gaming Tracker. This growth is expected to continue into 2024 as shipments rise to 61.9 million units with a five-year compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.7%.
“Though the first half of 2020 faced supply issues when it comes to hardware, spending on gaming software and services has continued to rise along with hours played,” said Jitesh Ubrani research manager for IDC’s Worldwide Mobile Device Trackers. “The next six to twelve months is when we expect a
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Ring on Thursday introduced a new product to its growing lineup of smart home devices — the Ring Always Home Cam. Different from the Amazon company’s other home security cameras, the Always Home Cam is a flying camera that docs when it isn’t in use.
The Ring Always Home Cam will be available in 2021 and will cost $250.
Along with this hardware announcement, Ring says you’ll be able to turn on end-to-end encryption in the Ring app “later this year” in an effort to improve the security of its devices.
Before Ring was Ring, it was a startup called Bot Home Automation. Bot Home’s inaugural product, the 2014 Doorbot, was among the first video doorbells on the market. Unfortunately, it had a lot of problems — clunky design, limited features and poor performance. Then Bot Home rebranded to Ring, was purchased by Amazon
Sifting through refresh rates, pixels, resolution, and all the other monitor buzzwords can be intimidating. We break down our top 10 computer monitor choices and what they’re best for to make finding the one that suits you easy.
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We’re willing to bet you spend a decent portion of your day on a computer, whether that be for work, school, or leisure activities. Laptops are amazing inventions, but let’s be real: Being confined to a 13- or 15-inch screen can be limiting. To get the work space you really need, a monitor is a must. This doesn’t have to be your second screen, btw. Hook one up to a desktop for a powerful computing machine.